Fifth Harmony sizzled in their music video for "That's My Girl" but the girls are firing it up with a behind-the-scenes look at the project!
Lauren Jauregui, who recently opened up about her sexuality, said in the video: "You've been down before. You've been hurt before, but you got up and you'll be good to go. You'll be okay like we're here, like we're gonna...we got you girl."
Lauren, Camila Cabello, Dinah Jane, Ally Brooke and Normani Kordei who called themselves "desert princess warriors" in the opening seemed like they were sending a message in support of Lauren's open letter to Trump.
"The theme is really cool because it's all kind of about women coming together in this post-apocalyptic world, and we're saving people and we're doing good," said Camila. "And we come out of like a distressful situation as conquerors."
Here's further proof, as said by Normani: "In every interview that we do, in every song that we try to record, we really do try to incorporate empowering other women to be the best that they can possibly be and cheering each other on. No matter what size, no matter what culture, no matter what background."
Watch the BTS below:
Video Courtesy: FifthHarmonyVEVO
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